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Money and Savings

Wedding planning means wedding savings
Ahh June, the start of summer and wedding season a-palooza. According to TheKnot.com, June is the most popular month for weddings, and if you're the bride, groom or attending several this summer, there are a few ways you can keep your wedding budget under control, so you don't face a fall filled with debt.
Summer vacation tips
Feeling burned out? Stressed?
Remodeling your home? Watch out for scams
For many homeowners, the warmer months is the prime time to remodel a kitchen or bathroom. But beware -- there are some contractors who may offer you a deal that's simply too good to be true.
Fly for less this summer
If you've not been flying the friendly skies recently, it might have to do with those pesky fees.
Stay cool, save money
Warmer weather means relief from the high cost of heating your home. Enjoy it while you can.
College grads: Land that first job
There is some good news for college grads looking for that first job.
Going paperless the right way
You may have noticed that the appeals to go paperless from banks, credit card issuers, and brokerages have reached fever pitch lately.
Put some punch into your career
It's probably safe to come out from under your desk now.
Spring clean your finances
1. Sell your old tech
Umbrella insurance?
Q: What is an umbrella insurance policy, and under what circumstances should I have one? -- Matthew M., Smithfield, N.Y.
Why do we always owe taxes?
Q: My husband and I always seem to owe on our taxes. What can we do? -- J.B., Indianapolis
Do our kids qualify for financial aid?
Q: Our kids are 10 and 16. We expect to inherit $200,000, which we need for retirement. Can we still get financial aid for college? -- Name withheld
Roth IRA - smart move for retirees
Q: My husband is retired, and I work part-time. Can we contribute to a Roth IRA for him this year? -- Martha Chamberlain, Lanesville, Ind.
Cut tax cost of giving to your kids
Q: A variable annuity that I've owned for many years has risen a great deal in value. Can I gift it to my kids? -- Anthony Cupo, Fayetteville, Ind.
Left over money in a health savings account?
Q: I have a large balance in my health savings account. What's the safest way to invest the money and maximize yield? -- Mark Paine, Cincinnati
Raiding your kid's college account
Q: My wife and I could use the funds in our 5-year-old son's money-losing Ohio state 529 account to pay off my wife's $25,000 Stafford loan. Any reason not to? -- Joseph Kim, Sandusky, Ohio
Expert financial advice and saving tips - CNNMoney.com
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